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Getting Diagnosed

Getting diagnosed with lung cancer is an extremely emotional and uncertain time, you are likely to have a lot of questions. We are here to support you through your lung cancer diagnosis.

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Lung Cancer Forum

Get help and support from other people going through similar experiences with our dedicated online lung cancer forum. Our friendly team of administrators are also available to offer help.

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It’s time to find a better way to talk about lung cancer

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with lung cancer, you are likely to have a lot of questions about what your diagnosis means for you and your family. We understand being told you have lung cancer is terrifying. It is therefore really important that you understand the type of cancer you have, what your options are and the impact your diagnosis can have on your life.

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It’s time to find a better way to talk about lung cancer

General phrases are sometimes not welcome as people are individuals and don’t want to be labelled by cancer. Everyone’s story is different.

Ruthra, diagnosed with early stage lung cancer in January 2019

FOLLOW THE NURSES LEAD

This year, Chesterfield Royal Hospital Respiratory Nurses are going above and beyond, taking on the Three Peaks challenge in support of those living with lung cancer.

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FOLLOW NICK’S LEAD

When Nick was first diagnosed, he was given a 50% chance of surviving for five years. Nick is now 100% cured of lung cancer and is continuing to support us by hosting a charity night.

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I am living with cancer or am a cancer patient, but I am not a warrior. I am surviving cancer but not a cancer survivor. But I prefer the people who are brave enough to speak to me, even if they say words I don’t like than the people who avoid me!

Andy, living with late stage lung cancer